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Elusive forgiveness

Elusive forgiveness

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Arts | The Death of Klinghoffer offers a pro-Palestinian bias

Sent packing

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Religious Liberty | Some campus ministries adapt—and even grow—as they lose their homes

Why isn’t the UN protecting religious liberty whistleblowers?

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Religious Liberty | NEW YORK—Heiner Bielefeldt, the UN special rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, said the UN is not doing enough to protect its sources who report…

Lifetime achievements

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Campaign 2014 | The underestimated executive power: judicial appointments

Augusta to Honolulu

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Campaign 2014 | The underestimated political engine: state legislatures

Judge to D’Souza: Don’t film your probation

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Courts | Conservative filmmaker encouraged not to say anything inflammatory toward the court while serving out his sentence

Supreme Court wraps up eventful first week

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Supreme Court | The high court’s actions spread same-sex marriage to many more states

Supreme Court green lights gay marriage

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Marriage | Supreme Court order allows lower courts to legalize same sex marriage state by state

NYC mayor reiterates promise to let churches keep meeting in schools

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Religious Liberty | NEW YORK—New York City churches that reserve vacant public school facilities for Sunday worship services are still in legal limbo, but the New York…

Redeemer’s church planting organization to open NYC seminary in 2015

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Religion | NEW YORK–Redeemer City to City, the church-planting offshoot of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, announced it will open a seminary in New York in…

Dinesh D’Souza avoids jail time

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Courts | While showing mercy, the federal judge handling the case probed the moral reasons behind what the conservative commentator did

Thirteen years of perseverance

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9/11 | On the anniversary of 9/11, families of victims reflect and officials assess the current terrorist threat from the Middle East

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